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Action out of turn is binding as long as the action is still valid. Which in this case means UTG gun has committed to calling 15 when he called 15 out of turn, as long as 15 is still the valid action. If the action was other then calling 15 when it got to UTG, because somebody raises than the UTG player goes back to square one were he can call the raise, ...


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If all players but one are all in or folded, the betting action is done. What would it even mean for the lone remaining player to "act"? He already has every penny of his opponents' money in the pot--he can't get any more. In tournament play, when all players but one are all in, betting stops, all players still in the hand turn their hands face up, ...


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In a casino setting, a hand has not been shown until all cards are properly tabled. Once a player's complete hand is face-up on the table, yes, the dealer and other players may assist in reading the hand, and he is eligible to win the pot. Any player not showing all his cards is legally the equivalent of showing none of them. The dealer may encourage the ...


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I am guessing you have a home game here, but I am going to answer with typical card room rule. Once a player selects the 2 cards they want to play in the showdown, are the mucked cards still in play? A player needs four cards tabled (IE Turned face up) to have a claim on any part of the pot. In a casino if you turned up two cards and mucked the other two ...


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Wild cards are typically a "house rule" sort of thing. I have played a few games in a real casino setting that used one or two "bugs". A "bug" is a card (typically a Joker) that can be used to fill a straight or flush, but is otherwise just an Ace. So, for example, A-Joker-3-5-7 is a pair of aces, 3-4-Joker-6-7 is a 7-high ...


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http://www.suffe.cool/poker/7462.html Contains a list of all 7,462 equivalence classes. If you want all 2+ million distinct hands instead, it would be quicker to write a program to generate them than it would be to download an already made list. Using that list as a lookup table to evaluate hands wouldn't be very efficient; you'd either have to pre-sort the ...


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That file would be 311.875.200 rows long. Probably not the most efficient way to solve your problem.


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